“I believe that the actress who wears her profession on her sleeve, as it were, outside of her work, is, as a rule, merely dramatizing herself. When she acts off-stage as well as on, she is wasting her talent. It is like using nectar to quench a casual thirst.” — Ann Harding
“Nobody likes to live in a goldfish bowl. Whatever charm and dignity an actor may possess are ruined if delved into too deeply.” — Ann Harding
7430 Pyramid Place. Built in 1930, it featured five bedrooms and six baths. The square footage was approximately 6,477 Sq Ft on a 87,250.68 Sq Ft lot. Twenty rooms in all.
Harding sold the home to Rudy Vallee in the 1940s.
“I don’t think that Hollywood affects people as much as they think. Too many persons are apt to blame external affairs for internal defects of character. If they didn’t have something wrong with their inner lives Hollywood wouldn’t affect them in the least.” — Ann Harding
Photo: Ernest Bachrach
A Night of Terror (1937), also known as Love From a Stranger. With Basil Rathbone.
Eyes in the Night (1942). Co-starring Edward Arnold, Donna Reed, and Stanley Ridges.